Apple to kick off WWDC 2020 today: All you need to know
Apple will host WWDC between June 22 and June 26.
Apple is back with yet another edition of its annual developers conference, WWDC 2020. However, this time around the company is hosting a virtual event instead of an on-ground event as it happens every year.
The keynote of the event, which will be delivered by Apple CEO Tim Cook, will be live streamed at 10AM PDT (10:30PM IST) today on Apple's events site. Users of Apple devices, such as iPhone, iPad and MacBook, will also be able to see the event via Apple's Events app.
During the event, the company will give us the first official look of the iOS 14 that will be rolled out in the fall this year along with the iPhone 12 series smartphones. The update is expected to bring a host of new features such as a new HomeScreen, new fitness and AR apps and iCloud Keychain among others.
In addition to iOS 13 successor, the company will also unveil watchOS 7 that is expected to bring a new Kids Mode, new Sleep complication and SchoolTime mode. The company will also unveil the next generation versions of iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS.
In addition to software, the company is also expected to unveil a bunch of new devices at the event. For starters, the company is expected to unveil a brand new MacBook with ARM chipset. It is also expected to reveal a new iMac with a 23-inch display. Word is that the company could also unveil a new Apple TV 4K and AirTag at the event.